Suffrage cause in Pittsburgh

Title

Suffrage cause in Pittsburgh

Subject

Pittsburgh suffrage leaders

Description

Pittsburgh Press November 12, 1912 photograph of "Women Who Were Honored by Suffrage Ranks. Top, left - Mrs. Frank M. Roessing of Pittsburgh, who was selected president of the Pennsylvania Suffrage Association. Top, right - Miss Hannah Patterson of Pittsburgh, who was elected auditor. Bottom, left - Miss Mary Bakewell of Pittsburgh, the new western vice-president, Bottom, right - Mrs. John O. Miller (Lucy Kennedy) of Pittsburgh, the new corresponding secretary.

Source

Pittsburgh Press, November 20, 1912

Date

1912

Rights

Newspapers published prior to 1926 are in the public domain

Format

image/jpeg

Language

English

Type

image from newspaper

Date Created

November 20, 1912

Date Copyrighted

November 20, 1912

Files

HJPPghNov281912.jpg

Citation

“Suffrage cause in Pittsburgh,” Hankey Center for the History of Women's Education, accessed October 16, 2021, http://exhibits.wilson.edu/items/show/1997.